There is not one piece of artwork I have ever done that lived up to the vision I had for it in my head. That's why I keep on trying. Maybe someday I'll do it. I don't want to be in the past. I want to get to the next thing.— Jim Steranko
The most almighty Jim Steranko quotes that will inspire your inner self
Guy Peellaert was to Europe what Andy Warhol was to America - except Guy had more talent!
I'm no saint, but there are times when I simply cannot sanction freedom from responsibility.
Comic book companies are like comic book villains; they keep coming back after they die.
Most - and I mean maybe 99% or more - graphic novels are simply fat comicbooks.
The term is a bogus, cocked-up concept some marketing whizkid conceived to get comics on the shelves of bookstores.
At every show, people I've never seen approach me with the same story: how experiencing my work changed their lives and made them artists or writers or law enforcers or attorneys, believe it or not. It's very humbling and gratifying.
I don't think people were put here to be happy.
I think if you decide to be an artist or a writer, you automatically accept the responsibility of being alone. However, after your 50 or 60 years are up you'll be able to look back and see this output that you've done that will endure long after you're gone, and will continue to fill the minds of millions of people.
We all have an aggressive dedication to the narrative arts - comics, film, electronic gaming, and more. We spend much of our time and effort exploring those forms and have an enormous investment in the arts. We're all part of the same brotherhood as far as I'm concerned.
I rejected the idea of 9/11 being exploited pornographically immediately after the tragedy, when no one else breathed a word about it.
Too many artists and writers have forgotten their roots.
I embrace my fans because, in a way, they're family.
I regret that he didn't do anything about it, even though he was at least a head taller than me. I wouldn't have minded bleeding at all for one more opportunity to give the kind of Bat Lesson that Finger, Robinson, Sprang and others only dreamed of.